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Employment History

President of the Center for Executive Medicine

CEM Corporation


Medical Director

The National Academy of Future Physicians


Author

fellow author


Consultant In the Executive Health Program

Mayo Clinic


U.S. Navy Rear Admiral

Filipina-American


Head of Internal Medicine

San Diego Naval Medical Center


Doctor

White House


Radio Talk Show Host

VoiceAmerica


Affiliations

Center for Executive Medicine

Founder


American College of Physicians

Fellow


Phoenix Children's Hospital

Member, Board


EmpowHER

Medical Advisory Board Member


Education

Military Medical School


National Board of Medical Examiners


Uniformed Services University at Bethesda , Maryland


biology

UCSD


biology

University of California San Diego


B.S.

Mass Communications

Arizona State University


Bachelor's Degree with honors

Revelle College at the University of California at San Diego


Doctor of Medicine degree

Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences School of Medicine


M.D.

National Academy of Future Physicians


M.D.

Uniformed Services University School of Medicine


M.D.

Vanderbilt University


Valedictorian

Mar Vista High School


bachelor's degree

University of California-San Diego


degree

biology

University of California , San Diego


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Bio

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Dr. Connie Mariano
BUY NOW DR CONNIE MARIANO THE WHITE HOUSE DOCTOR Dr. Connie Mariano Dr. Connie Mariano was born in Sangley Point, Philippines, the eldest daughter of a career Navy enlisted serviceman and his wife, a dentist. Her family moved to Hawaii when she was two years old and typical for a military family, moved frequently during her father's Navy career. Dr. Mariano has lived in Hawaii, California, Taiwan, and Washington, DC. Dr. Mariano graduated as Valedictorian from Mar Vista High School in Imperial Beach, California, in 1973. She received her Bachelor's Degree with honors from Revelle College at the University of California at San Diego in 1977. In 1981, Dr. Mariano received her Medical Degree from the Uniformed Services University School of Medicine in Bethesda, Maryland, the nation's military medical school. She was commissioned as lieutenant in the United States Navy upon graduation. Dr. Mariano completed her internship and residency in Internal Medicine at the Naval Hospital in San Diego. She served as General Medical Officer and Medical Department Division Head onboard the USS Prairie, a destroyer tender from 1982-1984. While onboard her ship, Dr. Mariano completed a Western Pacific deployment. Upon receiving board-certification in Internal Medicine, Dr. Mariano was assigned to the Naval Medical Clinic in Port Hueneme, California from 1986-1990 where she ran the Specialty Clinic and the clinic's urgent care facility. In 1990, Dr. Mariano returned to the Naval Hospital in San Diego to become the Division Head of General Internal Medicine. In June 1992, Dr. Mariano became the first military woman in American history to be appointed White House Physician. She was nominated by the Navy and selected by the White House for this honor. In 1994, Dr. Mariano was named Director of the White House Medical Unit and chosen by President William Clinton to serve as his personal physician. Dr. Mariano served nine years at the White House where she was physician to three sitting American Presidents. Completing 24 years of active duty service, Dr. Mariano retired from the Navy in June 2001 with the rank of Rear Admiral. She became the first Filipino American in history to become a Navy Admiral on July 1, 2000. After leaving the White House, Dr. Mariano became a consultant in the Executive Health Program at the Mayo Clinic in Scottsdale, Arizona, from July 2001 to October 2005. In November 2005, Dr. Mariano founded the Center for Executive Medicine, a medical concierge practice which provides presidential-quality medical care to CEOs and their families. An expert in presidential health care including the 25th Amendment to the Constitution, Dr. Mariano is a frequent speaker on the topics of care to VIPs, presidential disability, travel medicine, and optimizing quality of care. She lives in Scottsdale, Arizona.


Bio - White House Doctor

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Dr. Connie Mariano
BUY NOW DR CONNIE MARIANO THE WHITE HOUSE DOCTOR Dr. Connie Mariano Dr. Connie Mariano was born in Sangley Point, Philippines, the eldest daughter of a career Navy enlisted serviceman and his wife, a dentist. Her family moved to Hawaii when she was two years old and typical for a military family, moved frequently during her father's Navy career. Dr. Mariano has lived in Hawaii, California, Taiwan, and Washington, DC. Dr. Mariano graduated as Valedictorian from Mar Vista High School in Imperial Beach, California, in 1973. She received her Bachelor's Degree with honors from Revelle College at the University of California at San Diego in 1977. In 1981, Dr. Mariano received her Medical Degree from the Uniformed Services University School of Medicine in Bethesda, Maryland, the nation's military medical school. She was commissioned as lieutenant in the United States Navy upon graduation. Dr. Mariano completed her internship and residency in Internal Medicine at the Naval Hospital in San Diego. She served as General Medical Officer and Medical Department Division Head onboard the USS Prairie, a destroyer tender from 1982-1984. While onboard her ship, Dr. Mariano completed a Western Pacific deployment. Upon receiving board-certification in Internal Medicine, Dr. Mariano was assigned to the Naval Medical Clinic in Port Hueneme, California from 1986-1990 where she ran the Specialty Clinic and the clinic's urgent care facility. In 1990, Dr. Mariano returned to the Naval Hospital in San Diego to become the Division Head of General Internal Medicine. In June 1992, Dr. Mariano became the first military woman in American history to be appointed White House Physician. She was nominated by the Navy and selected by the White House for this honor. In 1994, Dr. Mariano was named Director of the White House Medical Unit and chosen by President William Clinton to serve as his personal physician. Dr. Mariano served nine years at the White House where she was physician to three sitting American Presidents. Completing 24 years of active duty service, Dr. Mariano retired from the Navy in June 2001 with the rank of Rear Admiral. She became the first Filipino American in history to become a Navy Admiral on July 1, 2000. After leaving the White House, Dr. Mariano became a consultant in the Executive Health Program at the Mayo Clinic in Scottsdale, Arizona, from July 2001 to October 2005. In November 2005, Dr. Mariano founded the Center for Executive Medicine, a medical concierge practice which provides presidential-quality medical care to CEOs and their families. An expert in presidential health care including the 25th Amendment to the Constitution, Dr. Mariano is a frequent speaker on the topics of care to VIPs, presidential disability, travel medicine, and optimizing quality of care. She lives in Scottsdale, Arizona.


Connie Mariano, MD appointed to the Board at Phoenix Children's Hospital | Phoenix Children's Hospital

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Connie Mariano, MD appointed to the Board at Phoenix Children's Hospital
Connie Mariano, MD appointed to the Board at Phoenix Children's Hospital Phoenix - June 10, 2013 - Connie Mariano, MD has joined the Board of Phoenix Children's Hospital. Dr. Mariano was White House Physician to former presidents George H.W. Bush, Bill Clinton and George W. Bush. After leaving the White House and retiring as Rear Admiral in 2001, Dr. Mariano joined the staff at Mayo Clinic Scottsdale. In 2005 she founded the Center for Executive Medicine, a medical concierge practice which provides executive care to CEOs and their families. Marino was born in Sangley Point, Philippines into a career Navy family. Her family moved to Hawaii when she was two years old and moved frequently during her father's Navy career. In 1973, Marino graduated as Valedictorian of her senior class from Mar Vista High School in Imperial Beach, CA. After receiving her Bachelor's Degree with honors from the University of California at San Diego, she received her Medical Degree from the Uniformed Services University School of Medicine in Bethesda, Maryland, the nation's military medical school. She was commissioned as a lieutenant in the U. S. Navy upon graduation. Mariano completed her internship and residency in Internal Medicine at the Naval Hospital in San Diego, and served as General Medical Officer and Division Head onboard the U.S.S Prairie, a destroyer tender completing a Western Pacific deployment. Upon receiving board-certification in Internal Medicine she was assigned to the Naval Medical Clinic in Port Hueneme, CA. where she ran the Specialty Clinic and Urgent care facility. Mariano became the first military woman in American history to be appointed White House physician in 1990 and served President Clinton as his personal physician during his entire term Over nine years at the White House she was physician to three sitting American Presidents. Completing 24 years of active duty service, Dr. Mariano retired from the Navy in June, 2001 with the rank of Rear Admiral and became the first Filipino American history to become a Navy Admiral in July of 2000. An expert in presidential health care including the 25th amendment to the Constitution, Dr. Mariano is a frequent guest speaker on national and print media. She is the author of the book, entitled The White House Doctor: my Patients were Presidents, A Memoir. Dr. Mariano serves on the Medical Advisory Board of EmpowHER, a company dedicated to information and support for women about health and wellness. Dr. Mariano is the Medical Director for FutureDocs, which encourages high school students to pursue careers in medicine and healthcare. She is married to John H. Weber, former CEO of Remy International. They have four children. "It's an honor and a privilege to welcome Dr. Mariano to our board," said Bob Meyer, President and CEO of Phoenix Children's Hospital.


Conversations | Arizona Women's Leadership Forum

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Dr. Connie Mariano
Physician to 3 U.S. Presidents First Female Commander of the White House Medical Unit First Filipino-American to Achieve the Rank of Rear Admiral Join us for an extraordinary evening with this exceptional and dynamic leader in an intimate living-room setting at the Ritz-Carlton. It is a unique opportunity to participate in a candid conversation with Connie and to build relationships with other senior leaders. Dr. Connie Mariano has achieved many firsts during her illustrious career. She was the first Filipino-American to achieve the rank of Rear Admiral in the U.S. Navy. In 1992, she was selected by the White House as the first military woman to serve as White House physician. Two years later, she was named the first female Commander of the White House Medical Unit. She served nine years as White House Physician (Bush/Clinton/Bush) and seven years as Commander of the Medical Unit. During that time she was a participant in and witness to history and to the inner sanctum of leadership and life in the White House. In addition to caring for the leader of the free world and the entire First Family, she also cared for dignitaries, and travelled all over the world with the Presidents in her charge. She saw a glittering side of life few get to experience: from meeting the Pope four times to greeting King Juan Carlos of Spain to spending a night on the Queen of England's yacht. She also experienced the tremendous pressures that accompanied her role. And, throughout her career, even when she reached the position of Physician to the President, she found herself having to fight stereotypes, against both women and minorities. After retiring from the Navy, Connie founded the Center for Executive Medicine, a medical concierge practice which provides presidential-quality care to the Center's patients. She is the author of The White House Doctor: My Patients Were Presidents, which was published in 2010 by St. Martin's Press. With her characteristic candor and warmth, Connie will share: Connie is not only a dynamic leader, but also a dynamic speaker.


psychcentral.com

Dr. Connie Mariano: It was very nerve-wracking in the beginning because when I started out in the White House Medical Unit there was no standardized list of items to pack in your medical bag.
Mariano: After about 2 - 3 years. But even though you knew what to do, your adrenaline was always up because any time, any place, something threatening could happen to the president be it a heart attack or attempt on his life. Mariano: When I realized that my boss wasn't a good leader and that the Medical Unit needed to change to do its job better. Mariano: As a physician, you are very focused on the human condition of your patients. As the physician to the president of the United States, you are acutely aware of his humanity but respectful of his power and position. Through daily contact with him by seeing him at the White House or traveling with him on Air Force One, on Marine One, or on all his events where you are only a few feet away, you become accustomed to knowing him and understanding him better. Mariano: You have to prioritize and balance at the same time. Mariano: You offer words of condolence and by the very fact that you say those words and are present for him, the President is grateful and comforted. Mariano: It made my relationship difficult because I was very disappointed in him. Mariano: I admired the way she handled the pain privately. Truly, this woman is not a victim. I think she kept busy on the projects she believed were important and in her own private way, forgave him as well. I observed she was able to have the support of her close friends, her minister, her own personal faith and strength to get her through the tough times. Mariano: I was a lousy patient in the White House. Mariano: I think the servant voice never has gone away. Mariano: The logo for my practice is a silver star, which symbolizes the one star I wore as a Rear Admiral when I retired from the Navy.


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